A number of journalists have been attacked by pro-government and anti-Occupy protesters in Hong Kong.
Journalists from RTHK and TVB have been surrounded and kicked at a pro-government rally.
Apple Daily, a pro-democracy newspaper has had its delivery routes blocked by protesters.
A pro-democracy banner hung at the Hong Kong City University has been removed.
Pro-China lawmaker Ann Chiang has warned that full democracy would hurt businesses and the economy as well as leading to increased taxes
A "my body, my choice" slutwalk has been held between Causeway Bay and Wan Chai Police Station to draw attention to the sexual harassment of female protesters recently.
Today's planned poll has been cancelled by Occupy Central, Scholarism and the student leaders.
Benny Tai, leader of the Occupy movement says that the cancellation of today's poll is due to many differing opinions within the pro-democracy protests and the formal leadership of Occupy, Scholarism and the HKFS over the protests is not universally recognised by all protesters yet.
Many journalists have complained about the police response and their ill treatment during the protests.
A petition organised by the 'blue ribbons' pro-police/government has reportedly attracted 20 million signatures despite Hong Kong only having a population of 7 million.
Journalists have been attacked by anti-Occupy/pro-government protesters during a rally in Hong Kong today. Source: HK Press Photographers Association/Twitter